An AmeriCorps program offered in partnership with NISN schools and Serve New Mexico, the IEC aims to deliver enriched educational experiences that build on community-defined needs and strengths for Native American students in New Mexico.

As an Indigenous Educator Corps Member, you will serve students through academic support, mentoring and community-based projects. Benefits of service include a living stipend, a Segal Education Award ($6,345 full time/ $3,172.50 part time) to pay for educational expenses, and access to mentoring and professional development that provides a pathway toward becoming a licensed educator.

IEC members commit to one year of full (40 hours per week) or part time (20 hours per week) service at one of our network schools in New Mexico. Applications for the 2022-2023 school year will open late spring.

We are looking for members to join our AmeriCorps program and provide direct service to students at Dream Diné. Apply here: https://dreamdine.org/ameri-corps/

Required:
1 year commitment
Strong communication
Teamwork
Reliable transportation

Preferred:
Experience with elementary-aged children
Bilingual in Diné and English
Interested in pursuing a career in education

Tagged as: americorps, IEC

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